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Nigerian Athlete Tobi Amusan Claims Title of Fastest Female Hurdler in the world in 2024

Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan has soared to the pinnacle of female hurdle running in 2024 following an exhilarating race in Jamaica. This marks a series of unprecedented achievements for the Nigerian athlete, as she clinched the title of the fastest female hurdle runner in the world for the year.

Amidst fervent support from her home crowd, Amusan outpaced reigning world champion Danielle Williams, solidifying her status as the fastest woman of the year. At the Jamaica Athletics Invitational, she blazed through the 100m hurdles in a remarkable 12.40 seconds, leaving her competitors trailing behind. This remarkable feat, achieved under favorable conditions in Kingston, saw Amusan outshine Williams, who secured second place with a time of 12.46 seconds.

With American Christina Clemons securing third place in 12.54 seconds, Amusan reaffirmed her dominance on the global stage. Her exceptional performance serves as a bold declaration of intent ahead of major competitions leading up to the 2024 Paris Olympics. Building on her stellar form in 2024, including setting an African record in Doha and securing gold at the World Championships in Oregon, Amusan’s early-season triumph in Jamaica sends a clear message to her rivals. It signals her unwavering determination to reclaim her world title, showcasing her exceptional technique, speed, and confidence on the track in Kingston.

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